The Chevrolet Bolt EV was the brand’s first mass-produced and fully-electric passenger car, and it quickly became a top choice with eco-conscious drivers when it debuted in 2017. In 2022, there’s a fresh face joining the Chevy electric vehicle lineup: the all-new Bolt EUV! While both models are crossovers, the midsized Bolt EUV (or “electric utility vehicle”) offers more passenger and cargo space than the more-compact Bolt.
Explore the key differences between the Bolt EV and EUV below, and don’t hesitate to contact the team at Mtn. View Chevrolet with any further questions as you choose the electric vehicle that’s right for you in Ooltewah!
In terms of design, it’s easy to see the similarities between the Bolt EV and EUV — but due to the larger size of the Bolt EUV, it doesn’t actually share any exterior panels with the Bolt EV. So, which model is the best fit for your family in Dalton? Here’s how the Bolt EV and EUV differ in terms of exterior dimensions and cabin space:
As for interior appointments and features, you’ll find that the Bolt EV and EUV have quite a bit in common. Both cabins are outfitted with soft-tough materials throughout, and high-end appointments are available at higher trim levels. Minimalist, updated design elements are a constant reminder that there’s some pretty sophisticated stuff happening under the hood:
The powertrain for both models is a single electric motor and 65 kWh lithium-ion battery setup. Whether you choose the Bolt EV or EUV, you’ll be driving an all-electric powerhouse that produces up to 200 hp and 266 pound-feet of torque. According to electric range estimates from Chevrolet, a single charge will take you as far as 259 miles.
Both models feature a small button near the shifter that activates one-pedal driving, a function that allows you to bring the vehicle to a full stop without pressing the brake pedal. There’s also a small paddle shifter for additional braking power that’s there when you need it.
If you’re ready to replace your current car with an all-electric Chevy Bolt EV or EUV, stop by our dealership near Athens for a test drive. We want to buy your car! Estimate your trade-in value online, and sell us your current car to use to save on a new Bolt EV or EUV. Check out our car-buying guide and reach out for more information.
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